You may be unlikely to choose an orange wedding dress, but it makes a great accent colour, particularly when it comes to flowers. Bright shades of orange go hand in hand with equally bold shades such as vibrant reds and lilac, while deeper hues co-ordinate with burgundy and dark purple. Those looking for a softer colour palette can also include more mellow tones of orange, moving towards peach, which works well with pastel blues and greens.
Roses are associated with romance and a popular choice for weddings for so many reasons. As well as looking beautiful, they stand the test of time, lasting for many hours out of water. Available in an array of colours, including orange, roses combine well with other flowers or look beautiful on their own. We love these pretty orange rose posies, hand tied with orange ribbon.
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Be bold and bright with a combination of orange and hot pink. These roses are magnificent, and the bouquet perfectly co-ordinates with the bridesmaid’s dress.
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The Overseas Choice
This bouquet shows how orange can be both bold and delicate, combining with sage and mint green, and peach ranunculus. It’s perfectly suited to a destination wedding.
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At One with Nature
Bring the outside in with a woodland inspired bouquet. This bouquet features twigs and feathers.
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A contemporary wedding cries out for a more structured bouquet and covered stems. Add a second splash of colour by choosing a turquoise shade for your bridesmaids.
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Orange works wonderfully with purple, and we love the addition of sunflowers in this table decoration – a hint to the summer months!
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Blue, orange and white are a match made in heaven. Team these colours with a white wedding dress, adding thistles for texture.
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Delicate and Dreamy
Proving that orange can be soft and delicate, this bouquet combines peach, orange and coral. Wear a dress in ivory or cream, and pearl or gold-based accessories.
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In the Navy
Go bold with bright orange and blue. Gerbera’s are a popular choice for weddings and, shown here with blue delphiniums, they work well with a navy colour scheme.
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Fit the bohemian style with a ‘just-picked’ look. Keep the bouquet hand-tied with open stems and tie with raffia or a thick string. This boho bouquet sums up all that is wonderful about an informal countryside wedding.
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The Finishing Touch
This colourful wildflower bouquet is one of our absolute favourites. Orange ranunculus sits alongside a multitude of other colours. It’s the perfect choice for a country wedding.
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